|sarcastic ||cynical ||relaxed ||mockable ||stupid ||brilliant |
|right ||about ||now ||the ||funk ||soul |
|brother ||check ||it ||out ||now ||the |
|funk ||soul ||bother ||right ||about ||now |
|the ||funk ||soul ||brother ||check ||it |
|out ||now ||the ||funk ||soul ||brother |
The words in the blog are fairly random with an emphasis on mocking people, places, things and Bon Jovi. Like most blogs, it’s set up for you to leave comments, stories, rantings or whatever comes to mind so please do.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Why can’t I find anything wrong with me?
I’ve been reading some so called self help books which are designed to give you a better understanding and insight into yourself. I’m not sure if this stuff works for you but if I’m to believe what I read, then I’m either the most together person to listen 70’s funk music (believe me when I say this is so not the case) or I shouldn’t be allowed to walk the same earth that Jodie Foster and other men walk. The book tells me to grab a pen and write my 6 best qualities, as headings across the page. I have about 600 best qualities and find it very hard to limit it to 6 but I give it a go. Under each heading I was instructed to write things that I don’t like about myself. This was impossible as I like everything about myself so I wrote lyrics which Fatboy Slim brought to the masses in his "The Rockafeller Skank" track. Now I’m not sure about you, but I didn’t learn a lot about myself except that I’m sarcastic, cynical, relaxed, mockable, stupid and brilliant. These are all things I knew before I decided to do the exercise. I also knew the words of "The Rockafeller Skank". So much for so called self help books. Have a scope and you’ll see what I mean. Bill Y